WEST Coast has begun its post-season list review process, with five players not being offered contracts for the 2021 season.

Midfield rookie Hamish Brayshaw and forward Nic Reid, who both made their debuts this year, are among those delisted.

Defender Francis Watson, who suffered a serious knee injury at training late in the season, will also depart the club after playing two games in 2019.

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Rookie-listed players Anthony Treacy and Mitch O'Neill will leave the club without playing senior football.

Reid, one of the feel-good stories of the year, graduated from amateur football to make his debut against Hawthorn in round 12, while Brayshaw made his solitary appearance in the Eagles' crucial victory over St Kilda in round 17.

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Watson was the longest-serving of the group, recruited as a Next Generation Academy rookie in 2017 before being elevated to the senior list in 2019.

West Coast list manager Darren Glass thanked all players for their contributions to the club.

"It is obviously a difficult time of the year and on behalf of the club I would like to thank each of those players for their contributions," Glass said.

"They have all had an impact around the playing group and we wish them well for the future."